Located in the desirable Crestwood Hills neighborhood of Brentwood, this 1950 built A. Quincy Jones home has been recently renovated by architect Marco DiMaccio. Named the Friedman Residence, this home is a terrific example of the true expression of the soul and grace of mid-century modernism. Sited on a flat and lushly green .26 acres the home is quintessentially Californian with walls of glass to create a seamless integration of indoor-outdoor living.
The stepped down living room features polished concrete floors, an open bookcase divider to the dining room and wood paneled ceilings that extend into the kitchen.
While the kitchen has been recently renovated and now offers granite counters, a new chef’s style Wolfe range and Sub-Zero refrigerator, the entire home still feels very mid-century.
At 2,346 square feet, each of the 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms are ample in size and offer vaulted ceilings and large daylight windows. The last time this home was on the market many of the original furnishings were sold with the house, the headboard in this room is one of those items.
Surrounded by tall hedges the outdoor patio with pea gravel and symmetrical square walking stones make for a private retreat.
With a large enough yard for a playing a game of fetch or ample space for a future pool this is a great house for entertaining or soaking up the sun.
New to market, this home has been carefully updated to preserve A. Quincy Jones’ original design while adding the modern amenities that many are looking. This home is in a coveted area of Brentwood and is sure to go quickly.
Listing courtesy of Jan Horn, Coldwell Banker-Beverly Hills North